Fees and Billing

The Diabetic GP Clinic is a mixed billing practice and fees are payable at the time of consultation. 

Below is a list of fees that will be charged for our most common services. 

Fees vary according to the nature and length of consultation or procedures performed.  For a more comprehensive list of fees or to check if you qualify for a Health Care Plan, please contact us for more information. Our reception staff are happy to discuss all fees and our billing policy.  


DOCTOR'S FEES


Doctor's fees are charged at the Practitioner's discretion.

Consultation Fee Medicare Rebate Out of Pocket Concession Out of Pocket
Standard (1 to 20 minutes) $74.05 $37.05 $37.00 $27.00
Long (20 to 40 minutes) $118.70 $71.70 $47.00 $30.00
Prolonged (greater than 40 minutes) $155.55 $105.55 $50.00 $40.00


Concession means the holder of a Pensioner Concession Card or a Health Care Card

PLEASE NOTE
Consumables will be capped at $15.00 and have no rebate through Medicare.
Bulk billed appointments have no Out of Pocket expense. The following patients will be bulk billed:

  • DVA patients
  • Children under 16 years
  • Care Plan appointments with your GP
  • GP Mental Health Care Plan appointments with your GP


ALLIED HEALTH FEES (Credentialed Diabetes Educator, Dietititan, Exercise Physiologist, and Podiatrist)


Consultation Fee Medicare Rebate Out of Pocket
(if Medicare Rebate applies)
Initial Consultation $80.95 $52.95 $28.00
Subsequent visits $60.95 $52.95 $8.00


A Medicare Rebate will not apply to all allied health consultations.

PLEASE NOTE
Consumables will be capped at $15 and have no rebate through Medicare.
Patients should make an enquiry with their private health fund as to available private health insurance rebates.


ALLIED HEALTH FEES (Psychologist)

Consultation Fee Medicare Rebate Out of Pocket
(if Medicare Rebate applies)
Initial consultation (up to 60 minutes) $130.00 $84.80 $45.20


A Medicare rebate may not apply to all allied health consultations.

PLEASE NOTE
Patients should make an enquiry with their private health fund as to available private health insurance rebates.